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Aniruddh Sarkar - Micro-/Nano-scale Tools for Biomarker Discovery and Electronic Point-of-Care Diagnostics for Infectious Diseases

The current COVID-19 pandemic and other recent outbreaks such as Ebola, MERS, SARS and H1N1 have underscored the need for early detection and continued surveillance of emerging and re-emerging…

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Courtney Crooks - Cyberpsychology & Future of Cybersecurity Research

Cyberpsychology is the interdisciplinary study of the psychology of cyberspace and those who use the tools of cyberspace. This field identifies and explores the overlap between online and offline…

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Sizhuang Liang - Protecting Intellectual Property in Additive Manufacturing Systems Against Optical Side-Channel Attacks

Additive Manufacturing (AM), also known as 3D printing, is gaining popularity in industry sectors, such as aerospace, automobile, medicine, and construction. As the market value of the AM industry…

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Carson Meredith - Advances in Cellulose Nanomaterial Utilization in Renewable Materials

This talk will review several recent advances in utilizing cellulose nanocrystals (CNCs) in commodity materials applications. The talk will focus on developments relevant to the coatings industry,…

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Hadas Kress-Gazit - Synthesizing and Guaranteeing Robot Behaviors

In this talk I will describe how formal methods such as synthesis – automatically creating a system from a formal specification – can be leveraged to design robots, guarantee their…

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Aamir Lakhani - Anubis Clock

Bad guys live forever, and they adapt and become legends. The threat landscape has completely changed. In the last twelve months we have seen supply chain attacks, an increase in ransomware (with an…

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Cédric Pradalier - Field Robotics and Automation at GeorgiaTech Lorraine: An overview

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Leslie Chan - Harnessing In Vivo Enzymatic Activity to Engineer Synthetic Breath Biomarkers of Disease

Breath testing is a non-invasive and rapid diagnostic tool that is underutilized in the clinic due to scarcity of known breath biomarkers. Thousands of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are excreted…

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Blake Brannon - The Evolving Landscape of Privacy, Technology and Data Governance

Why are all your favorite websites asking you to accept cookies? Why should you use and trust facial recognition software at the airport to help you get through security? How are businesses using…

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Melkior Ornik - Resilience of Autonomous Systems: A Step Beyond Adaptation

The ability of a system to correctly respond to a sudden adverse event is critical for high-level autonomy in complex, changing, or remote environments. By assuming continuing structural knowledge…

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Jon Lindsay - Why Artificial Intelligence Increases the Importance of Humans in War (In Ukraine and Everywhere Else)

Recent scholarship on artificial intelligence (AI) and international security focuses on the political and ethical consequences of replacing human warriors with machines. Yet AI is not a simple…

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Jerry Perullo - Cybersecurity Risk Management in Times of Geopolitical Crisis

Organizations across the world are revisiting geography-based cybersecurity and travel restrictions in light of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.During this talk, we will explore the tools, settings,…

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Lauren M. Garten - Determining the Impact of Strain on Magnetoelectric Coupling in Artificial Multiferroic Heterostructures

Magnetoelectricity presents a unique opportunity to control the magnetic response of a material with an applied electric field or vice versa. Unfortunately only a few materials exhibit controllable…

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Anita Gohdes - Internet outages and state repression

State-imposed Internet shutdowns, which represent the most extreme form of online censorship, are globally gaining in popularity. Previous research has highlighted the human rights implications of…

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J. Sukarno Mertoguno - Cyber Security and Cyber Physical Systems

Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) underlies many of the nation's critical infrastructures. As CPS infrastructure becomes exposed to the contested world through networks, CPS security becomes much…

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Jason Wheeler - Wearable Device Design and Biomechanical Research at Sandia National Labs

Musculoskeletal biomechanics research has provided numerous important insights into human movement that inform the design of assistive devices. These devices have the potential to retore or…

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